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dealers. fbi says, it fielded more than 154,000 calls friday for background checks on prospective buyers. 20% increase from last year. the fbi got so many requests its call centers experienced to brief outages. gun dealers say sales have surged since president obama's reelection out of fear that there may be possibly stricter gun laws coming. >>> if an e-reader is on your christmas list the choices can be overwhelming. michael finney and our partners at consumer reports -- >> reporter: prices on e-readers lower than ever, consumer reports tests single out the best. lots of people think -- >> i would buy one for my sister. >> probably my aunt. >> sister. >> everybody i know many >> reporter: choosing one can be risky. barnes & noble offer two nooks, amazon has four kindles. not to mention readers from sony, and there are tablets that offer electronic books too. >> you can read e-books on a tablet, a dedicated reader is lighter, easier to hold in one hand, longer battery life and crisper type all of those will make a difference in hour after hour of reading. >> reporter: among its tests, c
of the fbi's most wanted men eluded capture for eight years with an uncanny ability to blend in anywhere. we'll look at a dangerous human chameleon, next right here on "good morning america." >>> breaking news out of the south bay, police investigating a homicide. they got a 911 call interest a home on whitney near beck avenue. a woman told dispatchers someone had broken into the house and when police got there, they found the woman's husband dead that woman was rushed to the hospital her injuries are nonlife-threatening. this is breaking news we'll continue to follow it. >>> oakland police investigating beating of a severely autistic 16-year-old girl found after being missing for days. shyanne white was found on a bus in san francisco last night after walking away interest a car center tuesday evening. staff members followed her not fruitvale bart station but then lost her. the tribune reports it is not clear why staff didn't restrain or stop the girl when they were following her. white's father who lives in southern california says his daughter has been at that are for about six months. >>
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